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Interview with Matthew Skelton

DevOps: “Collaboration comes with a cost”

Instead of a very simplistic approach, we need to look for collaboration and interaction patterns that work in different contexts. Collaboration comes with a cost but it produces very good results. However, sometimes it’s better to deliberately introduce a kind of boundary between teams. JAXenter editor Hartmut Schlosser talked to Matthew Skelton at DevOpsCon 2016 about the need for collaboration and what goes into good team structures.

It's beta testing season!

On the road to Angular 5: Beta testing 5.0

What do we know about Angular 5 so far? We’re getting there slowly but surely: now it’s time to stress test all the new features announced at this year’s ng-conf and hunt for bugs. Get ready, because Angular 5 will be here before you know it.

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Top 10 Java stories of July

Ah, summer. The sun is hot, the days are long, and the Java ecosystem keeps on spinning. What did we read last month? Well, it turns out we all really liked stories about the upcoming release of Java 9, machine learning for fun and profit, and the latest updates on Angular.

Interview with Nic Jackson, developer advocate at HashiCorp

The meteoric rise of Go and why HashiCorp is betting on it

Why is Go the right decision for HashiCorp? Why should you bet on this young language (compared to others) and what are its limitations? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Nic Jackson, developer advocate at HashiCorp about the benefits of Go, its drawbacks and the reasons why he likes it.

Interview with Maciej Winnicki, Principal Software Engineer at Serverless Inc.

“Serverless is a revolution of the cloud”

What is serverless and how does it improve software development and operations? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Maciej Winnicki, Principal Software Engineer at Serverless Inc. about the benefits of serverless, its limitations and the reasons why he calls it “a revolution of the cloud.”

Deadline ends on August, 4, 2017

Nominations open for JAX Innovation Awards 2017

It’s that time of year again. Do you know a technology, company, organization or person that has brought significant innovation to the Java ecosystem? Nominations for the JAX Innovation Awards 2017 are now open, and we’re looking to celebrate those who promote open innovation in the field of the Java Platform and related technologies.

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Top 10 Java stories of June

Things are heating up as June gives way to July. What were we reading this month? Well, in addition to diving deep into the archives, readers were really interested in Angular 4, Eclipse Oxygen, ML libraries and the biggest trends in tech right now.

One step closer to reality

Java EE 8 Proposed Final Draft is here

Java EE 8 is one step closer to reality. The drafts of the Java EE 8 Platform and Web Profile specification docs that should be submitted to the JCP for Proposed Final Draft have been published. Read on to find out what’s new.

The 12th official simultaneous release is here

Eclipse Oxygen is here: What’s new, canceled and renewed

The new season (a.k.a Eclipse Oxygen) is here! We finally know what’s new, what has been canceled and what has been renewed. As of today, the simultaneous release is available for download. Let’s have a look at the new projects, the ones that have been canceled and the changes or improvements you should look forward to.

Interview with Jerome Petazzoni, senior engineer at Docker

The most common myths about Docker debunked

Containers have expanded to be something great for dev environments, continuous integration, testing etc. Docker, for one, can touch so many different aspects of a developer’s workflow. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Jerome Petazzoni, senior engineer at Docker about its popularity, what users should expect in the near future, the difference between Docker CE and EE and more.